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[ What are the Next Steps After the Contract is Signed ]

You've signed the contract and are looking forward to moving into your new home, but there are a few steps that cannot be overlooked. By following these easy steps, you will ensure yourself a smooth move into your new home.

First, get the home inspected. Arrange a time to return to the property for the inspection, typically a few days after the contract has been signed. A professionally licensed inspector will accompany you through the home and point out repairs or discrepancies if they exist. The seller will then be notified of these problems and will usually agree to take on the repairs.

Set up an appointment with your mortgage consultant and be prepared with the following financial statements: W-2 forms or signed tax forms for the past two years, copies of your most recent bank statements (current and consecutive for at least two months), copies of your most current pay stubs or proof of income if self-employed. Be prepared to pay an appraisal fee at this time if you have not already done so.

Work with your real estate agent to choose a title or settlement company for you and provide them with the necessary paperwork. The settlement company has the responsibility of making your transaction legal. They will do the title work, examine the survey, prepare mortgage documents and all the necessary closing paperwork. After the settlement, they will prepare packages for your mortgage lenders, accounting and title insurance, life documents with the county, and release escrow.

You will need to provide proof of homeowner's insurance at this time. You have the right to choose your own insurance company. If you have not selected one, work with your real estate agent for a referral to a reputable company.

Obtain certified funds for the settlement. The title company will be able to tell you a few days in advance the exact fees that will be due.

Conduct a final walk through of the home. Be sure to note any discrepancies from the home inspection that has already been completed. By taking the time to go through this process in a detailed and timely manner, your transition into your new home will be easy and stress-free! Now is also the time to transfer all the utilities into your name.


Any agent will show enthusiasm and will want to list your house for sale but choose your agent based upon:
-- Experience at listing and marketing houses for sale --
-- Ability to market your property to prospective buyers 24/7 --
-- Provide you with a Comparative Market Analysis of home sales in your area --
-- Ability to offer a detailed marketing plan that will get your property sold at the highest possible price --
Choose your agent wisely. Working with a full-time professional real estate agent is a must



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